Flatdogs Camp in the South Luangwa National Park is a value-for-money safari experience in one of the most beautiful and untouched parts of Africa. Nestled amongst nine thousand square kilometres of wilderness, the camp is focused on wildlife – perfect for serious safari aficionados. Flatdogs offers a variety of accommodation, ranging from chalets to a tree house nestled in an old Jackalberry tree. The national park is renowned for its untouched wilderness, being one of the wildlife wonders of the world, where guests are treated to unparalleled sightings of the Big 5 in their natural habitat.
The south Luangwa territory is renowned for walking safaris, when guests are guided through the wild, offering an experience that will linger for a lifetime. The first 4×4 drive heads out early, ending in a delicious brunch spread fit for royalty.
During the day, guests have the opportunity to relax and recharge for the evening game drive, enjoying views of animals roaming nearby whilst sipping on something cold over lunch. Walking safaris usually occur before the evening game drive, which sets out into the dusk in the hopes of viewing nocturnal predators making a kill.
Guests are returned to the camp in time to freshen up before an evening drink and a starlit dinner. The nights are magical affairs at Flatdogs, when the spectacular beauty of African nights can be savoured.
There are 8 comfortable chalets with en-suite bathrooms, eclectically furnished with comfortable touches. The stone and thatch chalets boast a kitchen for guests who prefer a self-catering option.
The luxury Safari Tents have views of the river and are shaded with thatch. The Jackalberry Tree House is a two roomed dwelling, featuring its own kitchen, dining room and lounge. The tree house is a romantic spot, with gorgeous four-poster beds in each bedroom and views that stretch on forever.
Each bedroom has an open-air bathroom with hot showers and the lounge opens up onto a wooden deck, allowing for a spot of private sun-tanning and al fresco dining under the beauty of the African night sky.
- Bird Watching
- Game Drives
- Game Walks